Miss Long Srey Roth

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Miss Long Srey Roth received her BA degree in International Relations from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2015. During her undergraduate studies, she was working as medical laboratory technologist at Institute Pasteur du Cambodge. Following Graduation, she continued to attend medical training in Toyko, Japan for 1 year and is now working for a preparation of
an opening of a new Japanese Hospital in September 2016.

Miss Srey Roth mentioned that: “I really enjoyed the Political leadership class, lectured
by Dr. Kem Sambath. Although I am not working in the field of International Relations which was what I studied at UC, UC has provided me with the opportunity to reach other goals in my life.
As I came to understand more about social issues as well as my developed capability in the English language, I obtained a chance to receive training abroad. Working as a medical staff member is very hard but this is what I wish to do— saving the lives of people.
Friends, lecturers and all UC members are unforgettable to me. I wish them all a bright future and hope that they can help build up our society to be among the developed nations in the world.”

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Mr. Pheng Meas Sak

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Mr. Meas Sak received his BA degree in Economics from
UC in 2013, and is currently, as a Fulbright Scholar, doing a Master’s degree in Business Administration at Brandeis
University in Massachusetts, USA. Mr. Meas Sak has stated that “UC had built the necessary foundation for me to further my academic and professional journey. The School helped me to explore and nurture my potentials. I have learnt a great deal from my professors and friends. It is where I met many of my best friends. The School is very supportive.”

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Miss San Sok Him

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Miss San Sok Him received her BA degree in Information Technology from
The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2014. Currently, Miss San Sok Him is pursuing
master degree of International Studies Program at Chung-Ang University in Seoul, Korea.

Miss Sok Him said that: “I really appreciate all the hard work that all my lecturers have put in.
UC played an important role in preparing me for my life. It has been like a bridge that has
helped me to be where I am now. It’s the place that has taught me to be respectful to
lecturers and my good friends. Together, we enjoyed the events that UC presented,
although I especially missed the New Year celebrations!
“At UC I was able to study courses conducted in English, which helped improve
my speaking and writing skills, not to also mention the excellent CES course I took.”
I was also able to enrol in my favourite courses by way of the Credit System.
These were the courses that enabled me to make friends with other students who
were not from the same major I was studying.”

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Mr. Rath Darapisuor

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Mr. Rath Darapisuor received his BA degree in International Relations from
The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2014.  Currently he is the Governance Project
Manager at Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO), a UK’s based organization.

Mr. Darapisuor mentioned about his career and his education that:
“After working for almost 2 years with Transparency International Cambodia, I was successfully selected as the Programme Support Officer at the Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO), UK’s based organisation. Because of my performance and commitment, 6 months
after I started, I was promoted to Health Programme Manager for another 6 months until the programme phased out. Earlier this year, I was successfully selected as the Governance Project Manager in the same organisation to manage the 30-month project with a total amount of
1 million Euro. Currently, I am managing 4 staff, 9 long-term international volunteers, 3 implementing partners and 8 Provincial CSO networks as the primary actors. My life has improved because of the strong academic education at University of Cambodia along with my esteemed professors who were always motivating students to study hard and be smart.

UC has provided me with a strong academic foundation, which has enabled me to jump into the labour
market with a competitive edge. Thank you to the open-minded professors who always gave advice to me.

The most memorable encounters during my student life at UC were the Mid-term and Final Examinations.
For each course, they were absolutely strict. Students were kept in the same hall with mixtures of student from different faculties so that cheating would not be possible. This could guarantee a high quality of education and
as a result, I could see that most of my classmates could compete with the current labour market.

If I were to leave some notes for my fellow students who are still studying at UC now, it would be:
“Please do not study more than one degree if you are working at the same time.  Be smart in your career development
by setting a clear goal with what exactly you want to be, so you can make a clear plan to achieve it.”
During the academic life, I knew what I wanted to be and then I made my plan in terms of how to achieve it.
As a result, I could achieve a management position within a 2-year time frame after my graduation from The University of Cambodia.

I am very proud to be a UC student. Last but not least, I do hope that the next generation can achieve more than I could do.”

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Mr. Sroeun Nisay

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Mr. Sroeun Nisay received his MA degree in Educational Administration from The University of Cambodia (UC) in 2015. Currently he is the Senior Vice-Principal at Sovannaphumi School, Takhmao Campus. Prior to starting his MA degree, he graduated from BA in English from
The University of Cambodia in 2010.

“UC has prepared me to be an effective and excellent leader in the educational field.
My work is going very well and I practice what I have learnt from UC. Studying educational administration has enabled me to learn about leadership and management in education, both in theory and in practical application. Furthermore, I have learnt from other interesting elective courses that were related to my major and they have proven to be very valuable. The Associate Dean Khun Channy and Vice President Dr. Y Ratana were very helpful to me, especially when
I was writing my research paper. I really appreciate the E-library which gave me access to a large array of academic journals and literature for my research. All of my classmates were also
very helpful. We shared something special together which helped improve our learning.
After I graduated from my MA degree at UC, I was promoted to be a Senior Vice-Principal at Sovannaphumi School, Takhmao Campus, Kandal province. For our current students, I would like to say, choose the major which is related to the job that you wish to do or the job that is in accord with the market’s needs in the future, for instance the tourism industry.”

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Mr. Sam Sochet

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Mr. Sam Sochet received his BA degree in education from The University of Cambodia (UC)
in 2014. Currently he is pursuing a Master Degree in Public Management at the University of Cambodia under a scholarship program. Mr. Sochet worked as a part-time English teacher during his undergraduate studies and was an active member of the UC Student Senate (UCSS). Upon graduating from UC with the BA in Education; he became a Campus Principal at
Milky Way School.

He discussed his education experiences, saying that: “UC provided many things for me such as real knowledge and experience, communication skills, and both academic and soft skills; that has enabled me to set up clear goals to make me a better person. My key memories of UC were the volunteering opportunities, networking, and social life with my peers. All students should strive for the opportunities to build their own capacity both in academic and soft skills and try to spend time volunteering or participating in some projects or social activities at the university. I would like to say that UC is an educational institution with high potential that provides real knowledge and produces real talent and capable members in our society.”

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